In OrgLeader’s process, the coaching begins with the coach and executive collaborating to get to know each other, clarifying the need for coaching and obtaining feedback and relevant information regarding the executive. With this as a foundation, then the critical areas to work on, the desired outcomes and the action plan to produce the outcomes are established.
At this point, the coaching sessions center on the executive experimenting with or trying different strategies in low-risk situations and gauging progress to enhance capabilities. Over time, these new capabilities are utilized in higher-risk situations on the job to further refine and instill them. The last part of the coaching process focuses on the executive taking responsibility to ensure the new capabilities are sustained over time by clarifying ways to continue to work on them so that they become second nature.
“I worked with Ryan as a management coach for six months. He was empathetic, supportive, and non-judgmental. He connected…communication styles and leadership to the issues I dealt with every day. He was very hands-on, available, and effective at taking me to the next level. In particular, I liked his way of presenting options for given situations and playing them out. I recommend him.”